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    Which injury has affected a player most?

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    Bo Woodall is my answer.  
    His rookie year, in his first 7 games, he caught 6 TDs. IIRC, this was tied for 2nd in the league. 

     

    He injured his knee in week 8.  He did come back and play in the 2nd half of the season.  His final season TD total was 6 TDs.  

    This is also his career high.

    He started his career with such promise as a young WR2/Slot WR and had a bunch of chemistry building with AJJ, but that knee injury kind of derailed that.  Hopefully he can turn it around eventually, but I think his career is going to be a big what-if for me.  

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    2 hours ago, smckenz3 said:

    Kevin Richards.  He tore his ACL and retired on the spot. 

    Richards was a Pro Bowler and the workhorse back on a back-to-back NFC CCG team. I would argue this MAY have been the most costly career-ending injury in League history.

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    8 hours ago, bingo415 said:

    Richards was a Pro Bowler and the workhorse back on a back-to-back NFC CCG team. I would argue this MAY have been the most costly career-ending injury in League history.


    I would actually agree with you.  The Saints were playing really well that season prior to the injury, once Richards went down and they had Paul Gibbs at RB it kind of derailed the rest of the season.  I think they finished with 9 wins, but they were on pace to be much better than that.  

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